I haven't done an update post in what seems like a long while, so while lying in bed today thinking about studying but not actually getting up to do anything, I said to myself, why not write an update blogpost by way of procrastination? So here I am.
I've been quite a busy lass in the past five days or so, as is proven by the fact that from Saturday to Tuesday, and then again today, Thursday, I have spent some hours outside the house, either with friends or with my family! This may not be such a huge deal for you, but for a girl who rarely ever gets out of the house, it's as huge a deal as when Japan surrendered in September 2, 1945, ending World War Two. Let me walk you through those five slightly stressful days.
Saturday: I was invited to a party thrown by the Ossory Youth Club in honour of the people from Canary Islands who were staying in Ireland for a week. First "real" party I've been to! It was pretty tame, and had adult supervision throughout the night, and I was only allowed out for an hour, but still!
Sunday: Me and my family went to church, and then to the carboot sales. I bought new decorative pieces for my bedroom. We then went to McDonalds and I ate a Big Mac. We also swung by MacDonagh Junction, and I got amazing gold loafers from TK Maxx.
Monday: I saw The Grand Budapest Hotel with my friend and fellow Indie Movie Club member, Laura! I loved it, review coming soon.
Tuesday: I attended a meeting from 10.30 to 1 for the Comhairle na nÓg in my county. It was a very productive morning and I was surrounded with intelligent and goal-oriented people and I loved it. I went home for a short while, and then went out again that afternoon to a restaurant called Lemongrass with my friends in honour of a Spanish girl who went over to Ireland as a student last year, and has come back for a visit. After dinner we went to Kyteler's inn and had coffee/hot chocolate.
Thursday: Went with mom to get a travel card in the morning, and then went for brunch in The Courtyard in Macdonagh Junction.
Looking at this now it doesn't seem like I've done a lot. In fact, it only highlights the fact that I usually lead a pretty monotonous life inside my bedroom watching Daria. However, I did have a lot of fun over the past couple of days and I want to remember that. By the way, I'm on my Easter Break right now, I'm not just bunking off school for like four days straight. I wish.